The popular study visit to the largest custom and self build site in the UK returns for one day on the 13 February, with two time slots.
The Right to Build Task Force is the only organisation operating industry-focussed tours to Graven Hill, making this an unmissable opportunity for any housing professional wanting to extend their knowledge of a range of models of delivering Self Build and Custom Build at scale.
This guided tour is ideal for local authorities and a range of professionals, showing how Custom and Self Build can offer a route to diversifying the housing market while meeting the duties local authorities have to consider their custom and self build housing registers.
Who should attend the visit?
- Local politicians
- Local authority housing and planning teams
- Regeneration and development specialists
- Estates officers
- Developers, housebuilders and housing associations
- Established community housing groups
- Housing and Planning consultants and advisors
The future of housing development
Can affordable housing be delivered this way?
Can the opportunity to customise or design a home lead to happier, healthier, more settled communities?
Does diversifying housing supply pay dividends?
The tour will take approx 1h
There are two tours on the day: 11am and 12:45, departing from Bicester Library.
Tickets cost £131.22 per person, with NaCSBA members, local authorities and established community groups getting a special ticket price of £100.92